posted by Lexden at 9:14 AM
I thought H.P. meant Harry Potter for a moment. The owl must have had something to do with it. I haven't read a single Harry Potter book and neither have I watched any of the movies. I do own an owl, however. I'm lagging behind where popular culture is concerned. Wait.. not really.. I have three weblogs.
The fictional story of Harry Potter was created to distract us from the truth.Magic is everywhere.
Lexden was talking about H.P. Lovecraft, the creator of such quaint stories like "Reanimator." There was no intention to make a wizarding world connection.
certain west african peoples believe that spirits have the ability to displace people and objects in space and time. but there is generally speaking a purpose for doing so, such as spawning the next royal generation by sleeping with the buffalo woman.
My comment was directed at *
Lexden have you tried fire?
yesset it all on fireablaze itraze and eraselet the flames lick it clean
Why are we only aware of presences in some places? Shouldn't they be all around us? Are they the dead? What are they?
if fire doesn't work try ice.
oh if that doesn't work try lukewarm water.
Lukewarm water is ineffective. Try chilled custard.
"certain west african peoples believe that spirits have the ability to displace people and objects in space and time. but there is generally speaking a purpose for doing so, such as spawning the next royal generation by sleeping with the buffalo woman."Hey Picrochole, I would definitely avail myself of that technique if it would help my chances of bedding a certain obscure, bitter French king. Whadda ya say? Meet me in the space continuum after work? =)
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chilled custard onyl works in the movies -_-
don't be afraid
If you wake up in the middle of the night at 2 in the morning and you open up your front door for a few seconds; you might catch the evil 'common cold' there's no mystery behind it...it could be bad spirits hovering above your bed.
Try 'The Call of Cthulhu,' Lexden.You now face what the Cthulhu Cult discovered in the swamps south of New Orleans on November 1, 1907.
was it racism?
and again, my evenings reading has vanished for a few months. such neglect tsk tsk.
Lexden is currently entertaining himself in the catacombs beneath his house.
i knew my companion was a ghost when he said that trees are like inside-out lungs. some imaginations are purely malevolent.
Is Lexden still with us? Perhaps he has been murdered...
Have you read anything by Hanns Heinz Ewers? He was supposedly somewhat of an influence on Lovecraft.
If I had love to give, i would give it to you...
"Hey, life's for living, so don't you give in, don't you tear it apart"We all knew he was bluffing anyway
I wish Lexden would qoute Murakami... he's my favourite and I haven't read any H.P...Lexden, you should read Murakami... start with Norwegian Wood, maybe :)
he already knows Murakami.any suggestions on lovecraft?apparently you are working too hard lexden,good luck.
Someone asked me to shut up onceIt was mean
yes I agree, mean people suck...
update the zig please
done fucking around.
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It doesn't have to end.
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